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agar plate

medium on which micro-organisms are cultured, and their sensitivity to antibiotics tested
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Agar plates with wool wax on the surface were used in earlier studies to select for and isolate wax-degrading bacteria (Roper 2004).
The disks were then placed on agar plates previously inoculated with S.
Actinomycete agar plates were also used to assign a standard color to both aerial and reverse mycelium.
The bleach disinfectant was removed aseptically from each cassette, and each cassette was cultured to confirm the absence of bacteria by swabbing the cleaned surface with a sterile, broth-moistened cotton swab that was inoculated to both sheep blood agar and MacConkey agar plates.
Soil and water samples were obtained, diluted with tap water, smeared onto blood agar plates, then cultured in anaerobic conditions.
Appended are instructions and figures on making wire loops and the standard operating procedure for preparing nutrient agar plates.
Reporting in the November 1989 Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, Matsushita noted that Bacillus subtilis grown on dry, nutrient-poor agar plates tends to fan out into patterns that strongly resemble a fractal pattern seen in nonliving systems, called a diffusion-limited aggregation (DLA).
and Fisher Scientific International have delivered blood culture bottles and agar plates to North Oaks Health System in Hammond, LA.
aeruginosa slightly convex, irregular edges with a Colony appearance fluorescent greenish color, size -3-5 mm ND Colony count Organism and Unwashed-HuBA Blood agar plates characteristics (a,b) 4% 3% S.